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Sensory Stories to Support Additional Needs

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Sensory Stories are short stories of a few lines which are brought to life through a selection of meaningful sensory experiences. They are particularly beneficial for people with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD), Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties (PMLD) and Autistic children or adults. Sensory stories are perfect for introducing new sensory environments in a safe, interactive way to help reduce associated anxieties and open up new avenues for communication and play.

This updated edition is packed with original ready-to-use sensory stories, including 5 additional guest sensory stories by authors from around the world and your very own story template to create a sensory experience personalised for each person. With exclusive ‘how to’ video content and digital lesson plans, this book is the essential tool for introducing the transformative multi-sensory storytelling method into your home, classroom or group setting.

Using everyday items and step-by-step instructions to make incorporating sensory stories accessible and simple, it has never been easier to create inclusive and fun sensory experiences to enhance the lives of those with additional needs.

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Joanna's passion for inclusivity and deep understanding and experience of the needs of children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) shines through every single page of this book. I finished the book feeling inspired and excited about the impact of these brilliant sensory stories on children with SEND. This book needs to be in the hands of all teachers and parents of children with SEND
Georgina Durrant, author of ‘100 Ways Your Child Can Learn Through Play (Fun Activities for Young Children with SEN)’ and founder of The SEN Resources Blog